Redburn, Northumberland


Redburn is a village in Northumberland, adjacent to Henshaw and Tow House. Redburn is located near Bardon Mill and lies off the A69 road, 9 miles west of Hexham. The village is situated close to the north banks of the River South Tyne. The Red Burn (stream) arises from a spring by Shawhead Hill, under a mile north-west of the village; it flows through Redburn before it joins the River South Tyne (not to be confused with the Red Burn near Acomb). Redburn is part of the civil parish of Bardon Mill and Henshaw.

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Main Street, Redburn

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Redburn

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Tow House Looking Towards Redburn

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Bardon Mill & Henshaw Parishes
- "Bardon Mill and Henshaw is the community that comprises the hamlets of Bardon Mill, Beltingham, Henshaw, Thorngrafton, Tow House, Ridley, Redburn and Westwood. It is situated east of the Allen ...

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Bardon Mill
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Bardon Mill
- Overview About Bardon Mill Map Street View   Bardon Mill is a village in Northumberland, England. It is situated to the west of Haydon Bridge and Hexham, on the River ...

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